Category Hobbies & Games

Week Twelve: Gotta Geocache ‘Em All

This week, I decided to try my hand at geocaching, an activity that I was first introduced to by my in-laws, who are keen proponents of the sport. The aim of geocaching is to find caches, which are hidden in locations all over the world, and at least one in space. Caches are typically waterproof […]

Week Seven: Quelfing the Night Away

This week my husband and I were invited a board game night, where we played Quelf for the first time. Quelf is a party game for 3-8 players, aged 12 and over. According to the official Quelf website; there is only one rule… obey the card. Basically players roll the dice, land on a coloured […]

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